This is a fully visual book with over one thousand product sketches organized in chapters covering the main product categories that designers design for, such as electronic devices, household appliances, furniture, apparel, mobility, and Every chapter evolves from rough sketches to refined computer renderings A wonderful, inspirational book for anyone who wants to improve his or her sketching abilities.Andres Parada works as industrial designer at Gravitytank in Chicago, Illinois....
|Title||:||Product Sketches: From Rough to Refined|
|Publisher||:||BIS Publishers Illustrated edition September 17, 2013|
|Number of Pages||:||192 pages|
|File Size||:||677 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Product Sketches: From Rough to Refined Reviews
This book could have contained some instruction. It is just a collection of design sketches. It left me wanting to know something about the sketching technique or the process of bringing an idea to completion but it isn't there.
I highly recommend this book. It's a very beautifully laid out book of product sketches for the ID'er looking to gain some inspiration and refine your rendering/sketching style. It is NOT a "how-to" for sketching or perspective drawing. You'd need other books for that, like the Koos Eissen books here on Amazon (look 'em up!). This book I see as a reference tool and to emulate and develop your own rendering style; pick up some inspiration for line weights, lay out, use of hierarchy, etc.
great!!! amazing product!! i'm studying industrial design, o love it, nut I'm not natural at drawing, it is really a pain. i bought this book to learn something to inspire myself, and tit has worked really well, it helped me with my fear of letting anyone see my drawing, it inspired me in how to improve my drawings, for those who need an inspiration i really recommend this book!1
If you're a product designer just stop reading and order the book already.
Great book showing product sketches. The only reason why people are leaving bad reviews is because they are too dumb to read the product description. Nowhere does it say that it is an instructional book. It even says that in the book intro. It is simply a book giving examples of product sketches of various refinements and it does that well. Criticizing this book for not being an instructional book is the same as criticizing an apple for not being an orange.
great product sketching reference
Very good process layout.